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1 شَخَرَ, aor. شَخِرَ, inf. n. شَخِيرٌ (S, K) and شَخْرٌ, (K,) He raised his voice, with snorting; said of an ass: (S:) he uttered a sound from the fauces: or from the nose: (K:) or from the mouth, without the nose: (TA:) he (a horse) neighed: (K:) or uttered a sound after neighing: (TA:) or uttered a sound from his mouth, (K, TA,) without the nose: (TA:) As says that among the sounds made by horses are those termed شَخِيرٌ and نَخِيرٌ and كَرِيرٌ; the first of which is from the mouth; the second, from the nostrils; and the third, from the chest: some say that شَخَرَ is like نَخَرَ [he snorted]. (TA.) شَخْرٌ The first period or stage of youth; (K, TA;) and the sharpness thereof; like شَرْخٌ. (TA.) b2: The part, of a رَحْل [or camel's saddle], that is between the قَادِمَة and the آخِرَة, (O, K, TA,) which are the كَرَّانِ: (TA:) [said to be] also called the شَرْخ, [which is an evident mistake, perhaps originating from its having been said that شَخْرٌ and شَرْخٌ are syn., meaning in another sense, mentioned above,] (O, TA,) and the شَجْر [q. v.]: (TA:) or the space between the upper part of the two extremities [at the fore part and hind part] of the [saddle called] قَتَب. (JK.) b3: And The chink of the buttocks. (JK, O. [In the K, for وَشَخْرُ الاِسْتِ شَقُّهَا, the reading in the JK and O, is put وَشَخَرَ الاِسْتَ شَقَّهَا.]) شِخِّيرٌ That utters much, or often, the sound termed نَخِير: (K:) or, as in some copies of the K [and in the O], شَخِير: (TA:) [see نَخَرَ and شَخَرَ:] applied to an ass in this sense, (O,) or as signifying vociferous. (TA.)
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